key wont turn off and release

Asked by Jun 21, 2018 at 06:03 PM about the 2013 Subaru XV Crosstrek

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

When i go to park and turn off the key it locks half way and won't come out.  
Have to reverse and pull forward sometimes several times before it will turn
completely off.  Anyone else have these issues?

8 Answers

11,930

Are you PUSHING IN the key to rotate through the final part of the cycle?

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This is happening to my wifes car right now..... going to call Subaru and find out what's going on

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Happening to me as well with my 2015 Crosstrek...

11,930

Not seen this with OBs or Legacys. Maybe an Imp/CT/For issue?

Just started happening to me with my 2016 crosstrek,. Has anyone had a resolution?

11,930

Seems to be a Hiroshima factory issue. Call dealer for help.

1 people found this helpful.

My 2015 just started doing this, too. Really frustrating.

Try to firmly place the car in Park with the wheels as straight as possible. This works for me.

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